The Working Paper Series on the Rule of Law and European Values (CRoLEV JMCE WP Series) of the School of Law at UCLan Cyprus aims at promoting research by early career researchers and others in the field of the rule of law and European values in a global, European, and interdisciplinary setting. It is edited by the CRoLEV Team, with the generous support of the European Commission and UCLan Cyprus. The JMCE WP Series forms part of the deliverables of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence CRoLEV, available on the open access education platform

It is an electronic monographic series duly recorded with its own ISSN and each Working Paper in the Series is identified with its own individual ISBN. Contributions of between 10,000 and 15,000 words by young academics and/or early career researchers are welcome, in any field related to the rule of law and European values, including the global/European deterioration of the Rule of Law as well as its implications, both from the perspective of European and International law (at the international, regional and/or domestic level), but also beyond the legal realm of the crisis into policymaking, politics, economics, European studies, etc.

Proposals should be submitted to Please allow a deadline of one month for feedback on the proposal.

Title: Challenges to Fundamental Human Rights in the age of Artificial Intelligence Systems: Shaping the digital legal order while upholding Rule of Law principles and European values

Authors: Prof. Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou, School of Law, UCLan Cyprus; Dr Yulia Razmetaeva, Department of Human Rights and Legal Methodology, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University